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The Summer Reading Challenge is on its way back to Cardiff and this year’s theme is out of this world!
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Controls aimed at tackling dog fouling in Cardiff’s public spaces – including £100 fines for dog owners who are found without the means of cleaning up after their animal – will take the next step towards implementation
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The potential for a new economic powerhouse for the UK was unveiled today, with a new report setting out recommendations to supercharge the economy in the west of Britain.
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A report which recommends a public consultation is held on proposals for an investment in and reorganisation of early years, primary and secondary school provision to serve Splott and Tremorfa, has been agreed by the local authority's Cabinet.
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Cardiff Council will have to bridge a budget gap of £25m next year and £101m over the next four years a new report into the authority’s finances has revealed.
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A game-changing £1bn transport vision designed to cut congestion and improve air quality in Cardiff has been revealed by the leader of Wales’ capital city.
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Llantrisant Road - from the junction with Heol Isaf to Cardiff Road - will be closed in both directions from 9.30am on July 22nd for approximately three weeks, so vital drainage works can be carried out on the carriageway.
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Cardiff's original celebration of home grown produce and sensational street food is back for its 20th year with a vast array of food from over 100 producers from the local area and around the world.
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Greener Grangetown has won the Roy Edwards Award at the ICE Wales Awards 2019, which recently took place at the Marriot Hotel in Cardiff.
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A new shelter has been installed in the Muslim burial area at Western Cemetery.
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Half a century of community arts at Llanover Hall is being celebrated this month at a free exhibition at the centre
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Tom Connors, 51, from 7 Shirenewton, was sentenced to two years in prison for fraud and unfair trading at Newport Crown Court last Friday.
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A series of measures are being put in place to encourage the use of electric vehicles in the city.
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Cardiff High School has been rated by Estyn as ‘excellent', across all five areas looked at by the education inspectorate for Wales, the highest rating possible.
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Ysgol Hamadryad, the first ever Welsh-medium school in Butetown, Cardiff, has been officially opened today by Deputy Leader of Cardiff Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Employment and Skills, Cllr Sarah Merry, and Welsh Government Minister for Ed
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New plans have been revealed which could see waste collections introduced across Cardiff on Bank Holiday Mondays.